Rusoro Mining Wins Key U.S. Court Ruling Confirming Arbitration Award

- March 14th, 2018

On August 16, 2017, an arbitration tribunal convened under the Canada-Venezuela Bilateral Investment Treaty found that the Republic of Venezuela had unlawfully expropriated the gold mining assets of Rusoro Mining (“Rusoro”), a Canadian mining corporation. The arbitral tribunal ordered Venezuela to compensate Rusoro in the amount of US$967.77 million, plus interest.  With interest, the total amount due today is in excess of US$1.3 billion.  Venezuela has … Continued

On August 16, 2017, an arbitration tribunal convened under the Canada-Venezuela Bilateral Investment Treaty found that the Republic of Venezuela had unlawfully expropriated the gold mining assets of Rusoro Mining (“Rusoro”), a Canadian mining corporation.

The arbitral tribunal ordered Venezuela to compensate Rusoro in the amount of US$967.77 million, plus interest.  With interest, the total amount due today is in excess of US$1.3 billion.  Venezuela has refused to pay any portion of the award.  As a result, Rusoro commenced litigation in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to convert the award to a U.S. judgment that can be executed against Venezuela’s assets.

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